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    #1

    1 or 2 dots for etc

    Hey, if etc. is used at the end of a sentence, do we two dots for it. For example,

    I like apples, bananas, and etc..

    By the way, do we need and before etc.?

    Thanks. Although maybe it's no big deal, it is better to make it 100 percent right in academic materials.

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    Re: 1 or 2 dots for etc

    Check this out
    Ellipsis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I would NOT use and in this example.

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    Re: 1 or 2 dots for etc

    Here's another wikipedia entry:

    Et cetera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    one dot, no and



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